This was one of the largest onshore earthquakes recorded in Australia.The epicentre was in the remote Wonnangatta Valley, along the Wonnangatta Fault; it was mostly felt widely in Eastern Victoria and South Eastern New South Wales and throughout Melbourne and its South Eastern suburbs but not in Geelong. The largest event in a series of earthquakes that occurred near Wyalong during 1982.Extensive minor damage across eastern Tasmania including fallen plaster, cracked ceilings and walls, damaged chimneys in Launceston (MMV) and items knocked from shelves.Part of the 1883-1892 West Tasman Sea earthquake swarm.
But I was thinking of using it for their first dance together. I am thinking of booking a singer to sing our entrance song only and wondering musicians charge by the hour? Seamless professionals who were incredible every step of the way from planning, to performance to handling our hiccups along the way!The post Wangi Power Station – The Years Gone By | Lost Collective appeared first on Lost Collective.Light building damage and smashed windows reported around the Mt Hotham region including in Benalla and Omeo.A magnitude 4.9 earthquake struck a few kilometres east of this earthquake back on the morning of 1 March 1922, which was felt throughout Melbourne, knocking picture frames off a wall in Cowes.Although a minor earthquake, recent newspaper analysis discovered that this earthquake may have triggered a mining related injury in Moorooduc where a loosened rock fell and struck a young man, resulting in a broken arm.25 buildings in Cadoux were damaged. Perth, 180 kilometres (112 mi) away experienced some swaying of tall buildings but no damage was reported.